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co-anchor terry moran traveled to florida today to talk faith, hate and free speech with pastor terry jones. >> reporter: it a tiny but fervent congregation. the dove world outreach center has 30 con agree gants this sunday, and it is like many -- there is steaming in tongues here. look closely, though. the pastors are armed. and militant. >> it's evil. it's bad. it's against the bible. it's against god. >> reporter: the book, of course, is the koran. the holy book of the world's 1.3 billion muslims, believed by the faithful to be the word of god revealed through his prophet. and pastor terry jones says he will burn it on september 11th. >> we feel that their radical message is necessary. we also want to send a message to the moderate muslim to stay peaceful and moderate. we expect the muslims that are here in america to respect, honor, obey, submit to our constitution. >> reporter: and with that, pastor jones has led his little flock to the brink of a global confrontation and he's drawn harsh criticism from secretary of state hillary clinton tonight. >> i am heartened by the clear co
, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," august 31st, 2010. >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. president obama spoke to the nation about the long war in iraq, and that's where we begin tonight. he said, quote, we have met our responsibilities. now, it's time to turn the page. the president declared an end to combat operations. he spoke of the sacrifices of u.s. troops and their families, and he looked ahead at home and abroad. he was somber, almost still behind the desk in the oval office, where he noted it all began. >> from this desk, 7 1/2 years ago, president bush announced the beginning of military operations in iraq. >> reporter: that night was filled with the shock and awe of american military might. but history has its own deep secrets. and what unfolded was beyond anyone's imagining. and so, all these years later, president obama declared this historic milestone. >> tonight, i am announcing that the american combat mission in iraq has ended. operation iraqi freedom is over. and the iraqi people now have lead responsibility for the se
the election by the numbers. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 7th, 2010. >> good evening, everyone. we begin tonight with the small-time pastor who has stirred up a big-time controversy. his congregation is only a few dozen strong, but his plan to mark 9/11 by burning the koran has sparked protests as far away as kabul while drawing condemnation from the vatican. and commanding general in afghanistan. my co-anchor terry moran traveled to florida today to talk faith, hate and free speech with pastor terry jones. >> reporter: it a tiny but fervent congregation. the dove world outreach center has 30 congregants this sunday, and their prayer group is like many pentecostal meetings. there is speaking in tongues here. look closely, though. the pastors are armed. and militant. >> with do believe the book is evil. it's bad. it's against the bible. it's against god. >> reporter: the book, of course, is the koran. the holy book of the world's 1.3 billion muslims, believed by the faithful
moran in washington, this is "nightline," september 8th, 2010. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and, with economic indicators, political polls continuing to bring bad news for president obama and the democrats, the president's hitting the road these dames to rally support for his agenda. the debate turns on tax cuts, transportation spending and subsidies for small business to take effect in the years ahead. but meanwhile, many americans find themselves with a more immediate consideration. cash. so, tonight, brian rooney takes us to one colorful place people go to grease the skids. >> rust? >> a little bit of rust around the back window. >> reporter: we metric in a las vegas subdivision, kicking the tires on a 1962 cadillac fleet wood he was considering buying. >> nice. >> reporter: the owner sees a big payday. >> i think it's got to be worth, after it is fixed up, $15,000. i'd like to get between five and eight out of this. >> reporter: but if there's a flaw, rick will find it. >> this ain't going to sell, you know? >> reporter: the whole negotiations happens under the skritny of te
's a "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden, and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 16th, 2010. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and we're going to begin tonight with an astounding and deadly confrontation in a baltimore hospital corridor, where a man upset by his mother's grim prognosis shot the attending doctor, and then killed his mother and himself. and, in a strange twist, this shooting bore an eerie similarity to a "grey's anatomy" episode that aired tonight, meeting fiction in just a horrible way here. in baltimore, authorities are still piecing together just what happened in that hospital, and john donvan has our report. >> situation is far from over. as you can see, just an incredible scene. >> reporter: it was one of those, oh, no, not there situations today. a hospital building, suddenly flashing across the news channels. >> certainly, a scary situation for patients, anyone visiting patients and obviously for hospital personnel, as well. >> reporter: the repor
with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill we're in new york city this is "nightline," september 9th, 2010. >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. breaking news in san bruno, california, in south san francisco, a towering fire is just burning out of control after a large gas main explosion. witnesses on the scene report gas visibly leaving the main and bursting into flames. 35 to 45 homes are affected, as you can see there. and with it moves unchecked through that neighborhood at the time. the number of casual tips is unclear. san francisco general hospital and other facilities are admitting burn victims, as authorities race to clear homes ahead of the fire. a state agency responded to the blaze with four air tankers, two attack planes. one helicopter and 25 fire engines carrying thousands of firefighters. california emergency management agency said the fires are being fueled by really strong winds in the area tonight and there are currently no indications of foul play in that giant fire. we're going to keep watching that situation for you. and we turn now to the fast dev
of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 14th, 2010. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and we'll begin with gold. long before the conquistadors made trips into the amazon, gold worked an almost unholy power over the minds and imaginations of men. well, in 2010, the sure suit of gold may be less epic in scale, but mrepty of evidence that passion has not abated. a prime indicator? today, the price of gold hit an all-time high of over $1,270 an ounce. that's up $1,000 from just ten years ago. call it the great gold rush of 2010. the price of gold hit record highs today, more than $1,270 per ounce, and plenty of predictions it will go even higher, maybe much, before it stops rising. >> so much anticipation building. >> reporter: you can't eat it. it doesn't pay dividends of interest or rent to you, but gold is still the stuff that fires the fevered dreams of investors all over the world. especially right now. >> let's talk what has been working. gold. >> gold futures rising to a record high. >> i can get cash for thi
threats and criticism from around the world. here's terry moran. >> reporter: the dove world outreach center has about 30 congregants this sunday morning and their prayer group is like many pentecostal meetings. there is speaking in tongues here. look closely, though. the pastors are armed and militant. >> we do believe the book is evil, it's bad. it's against the bible, it's against god. >> reporter: the book, of course, is the koran. the holy book of the world's 1.3 billion muslims, believed by the faithful to be the word of god revealed through his prophet. >> we are sending a clear message -- >> reporter: pastor terry jones says he will burn it on seven been. >> we feel that a radical message is necessary. we also want to send a message to the moderate muslim to stay peaceful and moderate. we expect the muslims that are here in america to respect, honor, obey, submit to our constitution. >> reporter: and with that theological belligerence, pastor jones has led his little flock to the brink of a global confrontation, and he's drawn harsh criticism from secretary of state clinton --
, with and bill weir in new york city, 1st, 2010. >> good evening, i'm terry mo moran. and we're going to begin with the day of the terror at the discovery channel. the gunman shot dead after he took hostages at the channel's headquarters outside washington, d.c. this afternoon. james lee was his name. lee had a history of harassing discovery. he was arrested during a one-man protest of the channel in 2008. and now, evidence of lee's murky motivations is beginning to emerge, including an online man any fes to. in it, he cites and author who we talk to tonight. john donvan has our report. >> reporter: say this for the discovery network. locked down for long hours today, a gunman somewhere in the guts of it headquarters, police taking a position outside, hostages grabbed in its lob bi, everyone who could, evacuating -- >> move away from the building. >> reporter: hundreds of employees, plus the chirp in the full-time day care. amid this confusion, amid this uncertainty, say this for discovery, the channel never blinked. >> "american chopper." >> reporter: this is what was on its air through the e
jones heed their words? terry moran flew to florida today to find out more about this pastor, causing so much attention and ask him, in effect, what would jesus do? terry? >> reporter: well, diane, pastor terry jones was ordained a minister in california in the early 1970s. he had a church in germany for awhile. this little church has been in financial difficulties and he's really been a fringe player in the gainesville christian community. but with his plan to burn the koran, he has found a way to get worldwide attention. at the sunday morning service at the dove world outreach center, there were fewer than 30 worshippers, a tiny congregation among the world's 2 billion-plus christians. but pastor terry jones has led his little flock to the brink of what has become a global confrontation. >> it's time to stand up and do what we're doing. >> reporter: pastor jones says he will go forward with his plan to burn hundreds of korans, the holy book of a more than a billion muslims on september 11th. pastor, don't you even have a twinge of conscience about doing something like this? >> of cours
americans really think and know about islam. here's terry moran. >> reporter: he was at it again today, the lanky hardscrabble preacher people around the world now listening to pastor terry jones' every word. >> so as of right now we are not convinced that backing down is the right thing. >> reporter: late today, sarah palin tweeted her opposition. tweeting, please stand down. and pat robertson blasted pastor jones this morning. >> imagine a pastor that is so egotistical that he would sacrifice the lives of missionaries and soldiers to go forward with something. this is so stupid. >> reporter: and abc news has learned that evangelical leader franklin graham has reached out to jones to try to dissuade him. so have others. today, in a remarkable development, a local muslim leader paid a visit to jones at his church, and offered him friendship to diffuse this. >> an i said, i'll stand with you. i'll talk to the muslim world. i will defend you as my neighbor, regardless of your faith. i think he was very receptive to that message. >> reporter: still, jones vows to go forward, convinced he
what terry jones professes. terry moran, abc news. >>> and next week, we're going to start a "world news" series, answering the most pointed and important questions about islam. so, please give us your questions at our website, abcnews.com/worldnews and we will address them. >>> flood warnings are up in texas and oklahoma tonight, a dangerous situation with water rising fast after two drop call storm hermine dumped more than a foot of rain in some places. at least two people have been killed. many others left stranded, waiting to be rescued. and abc was there. here's ryan owens from dallas. >> please get me out! >> reporter: the flash floods stranded dozens of residents of this apartment complex this morning. >> you have to go upstairs for me, all right? >> reporter: the rising water carried off cars and cut off people from their families. >> said the water was up to his knees. >> reporter: firefighters used ladders to bring residents to safety. they managed to save a few family pets. >> it came up so fast, it was -- everybody is asking me, why didn't you leave? it was just -- it wa
is not backing down. >> our terry moran traveled to florida to speak to jones directly about this controversy. >> reporter: at the sunday morning service in the dove world outreach center, there were fewer than 30 worshipers. a tiny congregation among the world's 2 billion-plus christians. but pastor terry jones has led this little flock to the brink of what has become a global confrontation. >> it's time to stand up and do what we're doing. >> reporter: pastor jones says he will go forward with his plan to burn hundreds of korans, the holy book of more than 1 billion muslims, on september 11th. pastor, don't you even have a twinge of conscience about doing something like this? >> of course. of course. we have thought very much about it. we have prayed a lot about it. yes, it's one of the things that we think about all of the time. >> reporter: jones says the fbi, the department of justice and local law enforcement authorities in gainesville have all urged him not to go forward. but he won't listen. in afghanistan, general david petraeus warned that jones' actions could endanger u.s. troops.
recognized by the medal of honor. we've got an exclusive interview. >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. we're going to begin tonight with the grim aftermath of that deadly fireball that ripped apart a san francisco suburb last week. as incredible home video >>> tonight on "nightline" -- what lies beneath. after last week's shocking explosion flattened an entire street? alarming questions are taking hold about the dangers lurking beneath our feet. so just how safe is your neighborhood? "nightline" looks for answers. fashion forward. it's red, it's white, it's blue and it's everywhere. but tommy hilfiger, the world ambassador for preppy all-american clothe, almost lost it all. and the inside story of the american hero, courage under deadly fire, being recognized by the medal of honor. we've got an exclusive interview. >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. we're going to begin tonight with the grim aftermath of that deadly fireball that ripped apart a san francisco suburb last week. apart a san francisco suburb last week. as incredible home video eme residents whose homes returning, although som
's a "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 28th, 2010. >> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin tonight with a shocking look behind some of the most popular nonfiction films of our time. nature documentaries. these films seek to deliver a sense of wonder at the quirkry private behavior of some of the colorful characters in the animal kingdom. the problem, according to a long-time industry veteran we interviewed tonight, is that some of the most incredible scenes are 100% fake. john donvan has our report. >> reporter: animals on the screen. we love them. beethoven in the movie of that name. lassi, in the classic tv show. and then, of course, there is flipper. all of whom were, we knew, essentially actors, trained animal performers following a script. but animals on screen this way, in the wild life documentary -- and this is disney's 1958 "child wilderness," what made it so dazzling, and what made later films like "wolves" so enchanting, was the sheer w
popular. >> all of that is coming up, and then later on "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. coming up, crisis at the discovery channel. we have more on the dramatic hostage standoff there. and a state of emergency, and mandatory evacuations in the path of hurricane earl. we'll tell you where and how hard >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to >>> the fremont police officer shot friday by a suspected it gang member is still in serious condition tonight. officer todd young is stable, but has a long way to go. and people are stepping up to help the officer and his family. lisa amin is reporting live from a fundraiser in -- is reporting from a fundraiser in fremont. >> they are buying raffle tickets and drinks and memorabilia to help todd young. young was shot and wounded while serving a search warptd in oakland. >> -- a search warrant in oakland. >> he's improving. he is still in serious condition, and he still has a long road ahead. >> young remains at oakland's highland hospital where he will undergo several more surgeries this week. authorities today said if they hadn
. and then late other "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. dan, coming up, the new fame game. post yourself on youtube today. become an international superstar tomorrow. so we surf the web for the next justin bieber. and the latest on sarah palin's speech in iowa. is this the start >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to >>> when you watch this video it makes your heart skip a beat. there is a one-year-old crawling on a highway and terrifying drivers. look at this kid crawl on to the street. they waited for other motorists to get out of the way. the infant got away from his mother. drivers called the police who returned the baby to his mother. she was released after spending a short time in custody. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is calling for the released of two american inmates being held. sarah shourd will arrive in new york this weekend. shourd will hold a news conference on sunday. mahmoud only din gnaw god said she was released because of health issues. shourd's aunt lives in berkeley and said she talked to her after the released. >> she said one thing that was c
told "nightline" anchor terry moran, he plans to go through with the demonstration. >> the question that we have is if we don't do it, when do we stop backing down? when do we stop giving in to islam? >> reporter: the burning, which was planned as a response to the muslim community center and mosque two blocks from ground zero, is one of several recent acts targeting muslims nationwide. in washington, d.c., a group of interfaith religious leaders said burning a koran hurts all religions. >> bearing false witness against your neighbor is against the koran, is against the bible, is against the gospels. and this is why we are here. so we have to be here. >> reporter: while the white house endorses petraeus' statement, the defense department says the pentagon has no official stance on the koran-burning issue. rob and vinita? >>> we are hearing more this morning from the religious leader behind the planned islamic center near ground zero. imam feisal abdul rauf writes an editorial that it is critical americans not back away from completing the project. he goes on
. terry moran has the latest. >> reporter: he was at it again, the lanky, hard-scrabble preacher. people around the world now listening to pastor terry jones' every word. >> so as of right now, we are not convinced that backing down is the right thing. >> reporter: sarah palin tweeted her opposition, writing, please stand down. long-time televangelist pat robertson blasted pastor jones. >> imagine a pastor that is so egotistical that he would sacrifice the lives of missionaries and soldiers to go forward with something -- this is so stupid. >> reporter: abc news has learned that evangelical leader franklin graham has reached out to jones to try to dissuade him. so have others. in a remarkable development, a local muslim leader paid a visit to jones at his church and offered him friendship to defuse this. >> and i said, i'll stand with you. i will talk to the muslim world. i will defend you as my neighbor regardless of your faith. and i think he was very receptive to that message. >> reporter: still, jones vows to go forward, convinced he speaks for many americans.
from a pastor's threat to set fire to the koran tomorrow. on this eve of the 9/11 anniversary, terry moran reports from gainesville. >> reporter: it just gets stranger and stranger. a local gainesville rabbi showed up out front of pastor terry jones' church, blowing a ram's horn to get some attention. he did. and so, once again, did pastor jones. >> as of this time, we have not heard from the imam, but we are still very, very hopeful that we will meet with him. >> reporter: thronged by an ever-growing media mob, jones was demanding a meeting with the new york imam building the islamic center near ground zero. as for his plan to burn the koran, that's off, as jones' son made clear. >> there will be no koran burning tomorrow. do we have to repeat that over and over and over again? >> reporter: if it all seems to have degraded into something like comedy here in gainesville -- >> i am here as a mediator, as peacemaker. >> reporter: -- it is already deadly serious around the world. protests erupted in five cities across afghanistan, where crowds chanted, "death to america." and three peop
's "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resours of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden, and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 21st, 2010. >> good evening, everyone, i'm bill weir. and we begin tonight with the business of female arousal. and why you may not even know that it exists. we live in the age of a little blue pill that we're bombarded with, $300 million of erection enhancement ads, the drugs for females are nowhere to be seen. is it too sexy or sexist? ashleigh banfield with our series "sex in america." >> reporter: it's become part of our national conversation. things we may have never said on tv a few years ago are on tv at every hour. >> don't let it get in the way. >> seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. >> the ads are on during primetime television and nobody blinks an eye, because we just accept that it's okay to talk about men needing and wanting sexual pleasure and function. >> reporter: but are we just as okay when it comes to what a woman wants? maybe not. according to the journal of
." >>> good east evening. i'm terry moran. we're going to begin with plastic surgery and a new attitude towards it in hollywood of all places. the ideal of beauty has very often been purchased at a high surgical price. but now after decades of faces frozen by bo tox and bodies augmented by silicone, directors are no longer looking for artificial agelessness but timeless, natural beauty. neal karlinsky takes us behind the scenes at the casting calls and to the front lines of hollywood's war on plastic surgery. >> go to studio three please. >> reporter: at this casting session, actors like ashley davis are looking for a break. >> you just go in and be yourself i guess and your control is so little in this that, you know, all you can do is go in the room and do your best. >> reporter: in the past, hollywood's best may have included some surgical help. but more than ever, casting agents are now looking for something new in hollywood. actors who actually look like normal people. instead of the silicone filled, botox-injected, perfectly artificial beauties who fill some of the industry's goes
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